Josh Brickner brings you his annual articles for you Standard League fantasy owners! Check out his breakdown of the running backs and whose consistency increased or decreased in Standard Leagues in 2018 and who to target in 2019! You can follow him at @joshbrickner on Twitter!

 

I’m sure those with shares of Bears running back Tarik Cohen last season were thrilled by his top twelve finish (RB11) in PPR leagues. Yet, these same owners were less than pleased with the speedster’s sub three point performances (2.3, 2.9) in weeks nine and 16, respectively.

When in a head-to-head fantasy football league, you want players on your team who are consistent fantasy performers from week to week. Here at Big Guy Fantasy Sports, consistency is our business. If you’re unfamiliar with the Consistency Rankings and Clutch Reports at BGFS, I recommend you take a look. Basically, a player is consistent (earns a Clutch Game) when he meets or exceeds your league’s average for points scored in a given week. A player’s Clutch Rating (CR) is based on the percentage of games he earned a Clutch Game (CG) against the number of games played.

Bob Lung has been looking at consistency in fantasy football for 15+ years, but from a mostly PPR-only lens. Well, the times they are a changin! For the second consecutive year, I will be looking at the difference in consistency between PPR and Standard (non-PPR) scoring formats. The RB position is in the leadoff spot; whose consistency improved and whose declined may surprise you...

Josh Brickner brings you his annual articles for you Standard League fantasy owners! Check out his breakdown of the tight ends and whose consistency increased or decreased in Standard Leagues in 2018 and who to target in 2019! You can follow him at @joshbrickner on Twitter!

I’m sure those with shares of Raiders tight end Jared Cook last season were thrilled by his top 5 finish (TE5) in PPR leagues. Yet, these same owners were fuming with the veteran’s milk carton performances in weeks 15 & 16 (4.3, 5.6) with a fantasy championship on the line.

When in a head-to-head fantasy football league, you want players on your team who are consistent fantasy performers from week to week. Here at Big Guy Fantasy Sports, consistency is our business. If you’re unfamiliar with the Consistency Rankings and Clutch Reports at BGFS, I recommend you take a look. Basically, a player is consistent (earns a Clutch Game) when he meets or exceeds your league’s average for points scored in a given week. A player’s Clutch Rating (CR) is based on the percentage of games he earned a Clutch Game (CG) against the number of games played.

Bob Lung has been looking at consistency in fantasy football for 15+ years, but from a mostly PPR-only lens. Well, the times they are a changin! For the second consecutive year, I will be looking at the difference in consistency between PPR and Standard (non-PPR) scoring formats. The TE position is up next; whose consistency improved and whose declined could surprise you…

Josh Brickner picks the Consistency Award winners for Standard Leagues in 2018.  Follow him on Twitter @joshbrickner.

It’s the heart of Awards Season in the entertainment industry as the stars of Hollywood gather in a decadent theater, wear designer clothes that cost more than my car, and recognize all of the outstanding work from the past year. Now, you won’t find any red carpets or elegant meals in these awards, only those most reliable, consistent fantasy contributors of the 2018 season in standard leagues. Now, without further ado...

Josh Brickner brings you his annual articles for you Standard League fantasy owners! Check out his breakdown of the wide receivers and whose consistency increased or decreased in Standard Leagues in 2018 and who to target in 2019! You can follow him at @joshbrickner on Twitter!

I’m sure those with shares of Falcons wide receiver Calvin Ridley last season were thrilled by his top 20 finish (WR19) in PPR leagues. Yet, these same owners were less than pleased with the rookie’s pitiful two point performance in week 14 with a playoff spot on the line.

When in a head-to-head fantasy football league, you want players on your team who are consistent fantasy performers from week to week. Here at Big Guy Fantasy Sports, consistency is our business. If you’re unfamiliar with the Consistency Rankings and Clutch Reports at BGFS, I recommend you take a look. Basically, a player is consistent (earns a Clutch Game) when he meets or exceeds your league’s average for points scored in a given week. A player’s Clutch Rating (CR) is based on the percentage of games he earned a Clutch Game (CG) against the number of games played.

Josh Brickner picks the Consistency Award winners for Standard Leagues in 2018.  Follow him on Twitter @joshbrickner.

It’s the heart of Awards Season in the entertainment industry as the stars of Hollywood gather in a decadent theater, wear designer clothes that cost more than my car, and recognize all of the outstanding work from the past year. Now, you won’t find any red carpets or elegant meals in these awards, only those most reliable, consistent fantasy contributors of the 2018 season in standard leagues. Now, without further ado...

 

WORST VALUE

This award goes to the Tight End that had the highest ADP at the beginning of the season and ended the season with the worst combination of total Fantasy Points and consistency. Thus, making him the worst value at tight end in 2018.

And the winner is….

Rob Gronkowski

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